Feb 26, 2013 2:00pm PST
, then polly whistle for us? i've seen a good deal of time, but never the likes of this. well, you know, when a house gets old, it begins to decay. and when people sit year after year in the same room torturing each other, they begin to go off their nut. now, madam here-- be quiet, polly, quiet. madam's been sitting there for forty years. same husband, same furniture, same relations, same friends. as for what's gone on in the house, well, i wouldn't like to take my oath on it. do you see this statue over here? this was her, when she was young. my god, this? the mummy? yes, enough to make you cry, isn't it? the old man, ostensibly the student's benefactor, is not what he seems to be at first. this initial encounter is more than a casual introduction. feel how cold i am. when you can't move, the blood stiffens. i'm gonna die soon, i know that. but there are one or two things, i've gotta do before i go. it's horrible. don't-don't leave me. i'm tired. i'm lonely. i haven't always been like this, you know. i've an interminably long life time behind me. oh, interminably long. i have made people unh
Feb 26, 2013 3:00pm PST
, california may someday overtake the citrus capital of the u.s., florida, in production of them--all of which doesn't surprise farmers like craig kaprelian one bit. >> california has a much better climate to grow mandarins than does florida because they need a typically hot summer and a cold winter--hot to bring on the sugars, cold to bring on the colors. so, this is the best place in the rld to grow mandarins. >> craig, along with his marketing partner duda farms, harvests hundreds of thousands of petite-sized citrus a day in visalia. after harvest, they are carefully inspected, washed, and packed. anything that doesn't look absolutely perfect will go on to be used for juice or in citrus-scented products like candles and lotions. but one of the first things you need to get straight about these pocket-sized powerhouses is their names. you see, a tangerine and a clementine are both part of the mandarin orange family. and while each has different characteristics, all three are sweet, versatile, and are becoming the darlings of farmers who see the many marketing possibilities with them and as ch
Feb 26, 2013 5:30am PST
. but that is not really what the figures are showing us because he still lost millions of votes compared to last time that italy went to the polls. the country is divided into four -- a quarter did not vote, according voted for -- and then a quarter to the center right and left. half the country, -- rejected conventional politics. that is what a lot of the grillo voters wanted. they did not want to see the same people in parliament or a continuation of the dysfunctional and corrupt scandal-ridden politics and they have been getting used to the last few decades. i think the politicians may try to find some kind of interim government solution to see italy through to the next elections, but if you actually look at the vote and grillo's protest vote, that is not what the country wants. a lot of supporters say it is not just a protest vote, we want change. and they think he is the best way to achieve that. >> the financial markets have reacted nervously to this inconclusive result. what are the implications of it for the italian, it -- economy and the eurozone? but they are huge. we have already seen the
Feb 26, 2013 8:00am PST
this distance above to that straight line is a 5 meter drop, which tells us how satellites operate. newton talked about that years ago. newton says consider a mountain high enough to be, not above gravity, a lot of people think above gravity, no, no, no, no, to be above the drag of the atmosphere. put a cannon on there and fire that cannonball and guess how fast it'll orbit. 8 kilometers per second... what you do is you orbit all the way around-- you're falling all the time, fall, fall, fall without ever hitting the ground. so that speed will put you in orbit. so next time you're watching the television set and you see they're gonna put some satellite into orbit, see the rocket go off. rocket climbing, climbing, climbing. pretty soon you'll see the rocket start to go sideways, right? should it? --better. what if just went... right back down, see? so it'll go up, gotta get up above the air drag and it's getting up, up, up and now it's gonna get level. and when it starts to get level, down below at mission control, they're pushing that thing up to guess how fast? past tense of eat, 8, okay?
Feb 25, 2013 4:00pm PST
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